Shore to Ship Power Market

In the spirit of maritime sustainability, the significance of shore power has altered a lot in the past decade.

With reports revealing the detrimental contributions of maritime transport towards GHG and SO2 emissions, lawmakers are calling for strict measures to reduce and monitor the maritime carbon footprint from traditional diesel-powered onboard generators. It is evident that maritime accountability in the global carbon footprint has become a necessity. PTR Sonar aims to bring you the latest news in the industry. Where knowledge is power, this service is a key tool lending itself to informed successes and minimized risks.

Shore Power picks up in the state of Washington

Port of Tacoma's Husky Container Terminal is set to be equipped with a shore power system as the construction begins this month to allow ships to plug into the local electrical grid while at berth. This is in line with the port's Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy and...

Shore Power regulation a bit closer?

The European Sea Ports Organization (ESPO) and the Federation of European Private Port Companies and Terminals (FEPORT) have agreed that the proposed Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) and FuelEU Maritime Regulation should allow for the deployment of...

Cavotec expands in Asia

Cavotec has received landmark shore power connection orders from two major Asian customers, highlighting the company's growing presence in the region and their critical role in enabling the maritime sector's decarbonization. The orders placed in the first quarter...